Introduction to Ayurveda

Ayurveda is a simple, practical science of life, the principles and practices of which evolved through many centuries. Ayurvedic science is based on eternal wisdom of people who acquired the knowledge from experience and meditation. Ayurvedic system is applicable universally to all those seeking harmony and peace. [More]

Ayurveda in India

More than a medical system, Ayurveda is a way of life, a way of cooperating with Nature and living in harmony with nature. Health in Ayurveda means harmony, and there is really no end to the degree of harmony can achieve if you set yourself to the task. [More]

Rejuvenative Treatments

Abhyanga | Shirodhara | Netra Tarpana | Netra Dhara | Sweda | Navarakizhi | Talapodichil | Shiropichu | Chakra Basti | Patra Pinda Sweda | Udvartana | Kashaya Seka | Padaghata | Shiroabhyanga | Shiro Basti | Talam | Hrid Basti | Janu Basti | Greeva Basti | Kati Basti [More]


Panchakarma is Ayurveda's primary purification and detoxification treatment. Panchakarma means "five therapies". These 5 therapeutic treatments eliminate toxins from the body, they are : Vamana, Virechana, Nasya, Basti and Raktamoskshana. The series of these five therapies help remove deep rooted stress and illness-causing toxins from the body while balancing the doshas (energies that govern all biological functions). [More]

Ayurvedic Diet

Our diet is an essential factor for the formation of our body. It is clearly mentioned in 'Charak Samhita' that consuming improper diet in improper way is the main cause of 'Disease'. According to 'Charak ,"An appropriate and suitable diet in a disease is equivalent to hundred drugs and any quantity of drug hardly compares to good results in disease without following proper dietetic regimen". [More]